***WARNING! Read at your own risk. Readers have reported being infected with the travel bug. There is no cure.***
“THANKS FOR RUINING MY LIFE!”
Delaney’s eighth-grade dreams crumble when her parents announce their “global family field trip.” While her younger sister, Riley, is thrilled to ditch middle school for world school, Delaney cringes at trading parties and friends for a passport and 24/7 family time.
While Riley researches bungee jumping and packing tips, Delaney must decide whether to continue the silent treatment or embrace this adventure.
What about school? Forget acing science and math, the only way to pass this class is to survive:
- scam artists
- monster cockroaches
- deadly stingers
- projectile vomiting
- public nudity
- toilet catastrophes
…and those lessons aren’t in their textbooks. Each passport stamp is a real-life social studies lesson in new religions and new rules—resulting in sooo many awkward family moments. But when an itinerary mistake puts their freedom at risk, Delaney and Riley learn the most valuable lesson of their lives
Trapped together in their parents’ mid-life crisis, will the sisters survive this global adventure? And will non-stop family time turn them into friends? Or enemies?
Foreword Reviews March 2022
About the Author
Kellie McIntyre is a Southern girl with a passion for the world. Her quest for culture and adventure has taken her to nearly 50 countries across six continents.
In 2013, Kellie, her husband, and two daughters packed one suitcase each and embarked on a five-month journey around the world. Now she’s on a mission to help other families travel boldly.
Kellie holds a BA from Western Kentucky University and a Master of Public Health from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, but her worn passport has provided her most valuable education.
Kellie lives with her family in Vestavia Hills, Alabama. The Passport Project is her first book.